Homeschoolers throughout New Hampshire’s Monadnock Region are invited to participate in the annual science fair presented by the Ingalls Memorial Library in Rindge — and sponsored, for the first time this year, by Chaucer and his team here at Canterbury Tails Books.
The 2017 fair has expanded to include two competition categories: demonstration projects for the 10-and-under crowd, and experiments incorporating the steps of the scientific method for older and/or more advanced students.
This year’s science fair is also open to homeschool students living anywhere in the greater Monadnock Region.
A panel of judges will evaluate the presentations, with Canterbury Tails Books awarding prizes that include $75.00 for first place in the experiments category. Rumor has it that Chaucer himself may also award a special honor to be announced the day of the event!
The Teaching Resources section of our site includes the 2017 science fair poster — with category descriptions, prizes, and rules — and a downloadable registration form. Scroll to the bottom of the Teaching Resources section for both documents.
Siblings are welcome to enter either category as a team if they prefer. Registration is limited to 15 students/student teams per category due to the size of the Rindge Meeting House — so get your paperwork in early! Forms can be dropped off at the Rindge library or mailed back to us here at the address provided.